Pay equity and gender inclusivity still a long way off in business

- February 28, 2019 < 1 MIN READ

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, SEEK has revealed data on job seekers’ perceptions on gender balance and equal opportunity, and some of the results may surprise. While women stepping into leadership roles is becoming more commonplace, gender balance and wage parity are still an issue at many companies. Similarly, many job seekers… Read more »


What to wear to work is stressing Aussie employees

- January 29, 2019 2 MIN READ

According to a recent survey by SEEK, almost half of Australia’s employees who don’t wear a uniform to work report feeling stressed about unfair expectations surrounding their clothing choices. Currently, four-in-ten Australians wear a uniform for work, with those in health care, retail and consumer products most likely to wear a uniform or company-branded clothing.… Read more »


Upskilling and reskilling important to Aussie employees says SEEK

- January 16, 2019 2 MIN READ

Nearly two-thirds of Australian employees are looking to upgrade their job skills in the next twelve months according to a survey conducted by SEEK. The report revealed upskilling was particularly important to millennial employees, with 72 per cent of those surveyed suggesting they were likely to upgrade their skills this year compared with 39 per… Read more »


SEEK study finds gender leadership gap still an issue

- March 8, 2018 2 MIN READ

Despite close to 50 per cent of women expressing interest in becoming leaders in their chosen field, a new study commissioned by SEEK, released to coincide with International Women’s Day, has found gender parity in leadership roles is still a big issue in Australian business. 65 percent of the participants surveyed said they would like… Read more »